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They Think You're Stupid: Why Democrats Lost Your Vote and What Republicans Must Do to Keep It Hardcover – June 11, 2011
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Herman Cain is the host of the nationally syndicated radio talk-show Herman Cain with The Bottom Line. The show is designed to inform voters of the facts and challenge the rhetoric on the big economic issues of the day.
Cain launched the "New Voters Alliance," a vocal and persistent organization that works to influence public policy and inspire voters to become involved in legislative decisions. He has also created the "New Voice Foundation," which educates voters on issues of economic importance.
Herman Cain ran in the 2004 Republican primary for the U.S. Senate in Georgia. He surprised political analysts by finishing a close second in the three-way race, even though it was his first attempt for public office. His success in attracting a broad new audience of voters inspired him to write this book.
He has also served as senior advisor to the 1996 Dole/Kemp Presidential campaign and was appointed to serve on the 1995 Economic Growth and Tax Reform Commission.
Herman Cain is a successful businessman, best known for the dramatic turnaround of Godfathers Pizza under his leadership while President and Chairman. He has also served as CEO and President of the National Restaurant Association and as Chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. Cain is an accomplished and popular speaker, and has authored four books on topics ranging from leadership to politics.
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